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Archive - Apr 24, 2008

Wilmington school will undergo big change

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videoAfter students get back from summer vacation, a Wilmington school will undergo a name change and much more. Full story...
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Authorities seize 27 pounds of marijuana

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A six-month undercover investigation led police to the stash at 616 N. Tenth Street. Full story...
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Two wholesale clubs rationing rice

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You can add rice to the list of worldwide shortage concerns. Two major US wholesale clubs are now rationing rice. Full story...
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College grads struggle to find work

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Earlier this week we reported how the struggling economy means fewer summer jobs for college students. Full story...
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Stormwater run-off major threat to waterways

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Stormwater run-off is a major threat to our waterways. Many tidal creeks are so polluted you can't swim in or collect shellfish from them. Full story...
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Groups ask for help cleaning beaches

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Before the summer rush to the beach...some local groups want you to help clean it up. Full story...
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Wave Transit hears from riders

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videoWave Transit is hoping to solve the problems of Wilmington bus riders. It held a public meeting Thursday. The room at the Wave Transit office was filled with concerned bus riders. Hands raised immediately when Wave opened the forum to questions and concerns. Full story...
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TroubleShooters: Woman scammed buying car online

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videoA Brunswick County woman is out $4,000 after she says she was scammed while buying a car on the internet. Full story...
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Healthy recipe for warm weather

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It's heating up outside, but there are some recipes that can help you cool off in the kitchen. Full story...
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Town of Leland to provide water service to residents

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Local developers get green light to move forward with new construction Full story...
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